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Ford Motor Co. CEO Jim Hackett, who spent two decades running a Michigan office-furniture-maker, will be a keynote evening speaker at the Automotive News World Congress in January.
The wildly successful head of PSA Peugeot Citroen will be a keynote speaker at the Automotive News World Congress in January.
A three-day summit this week will tout Michigan as a center of advanced automotive technology. The event aims to be Detroit's answer to Las Vegas' CES.
Lidar-equipped vehicles are available in showrooms, but forget about those Google-style, coffee-can-size lidars on the roofs.
Tesla's upcoming Model Y small crossover will require a fraction of the wiring as previous models, thanks to new electrical systems and power transmission hardware.
The industry has been suiting up for a new world of electric and autonomous vehicles for the past few years. But as auto sales soften, some executives are having a moment of angst.
While artificial intelligence and connectivity will accelerate the development of autonomous vehicles, they will also bring efficiencies to dealerships, supply chain and office operations.
Toyota, Mazda reportedly near deal for possible U.S. plant, EV projects; How Lexus snapped losing streak; Tesla pass to burn cash?; Lear CEO: Auto companies, tech firms need one another.
Automakers, suppliers and startups are scrambling to develop technologies such as those needed for self-driving vehicles at a speed never seen before in the auto industry, says one financial veteran.
Nissan researcher says autonomous vehicles have to navigate unwritten rules of the road before manufacturers can safely deploy them.
After nasty fight, decision time at Nissan; Ferrari considers going big; Conspiracy trial date; Tesla loss, BMW, Subaru profits; Toyota's trek beyond cars; Robo-car reality check; Corvette spy shots.
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